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Local deanery reports on devastating earthquake in Nepal

From the ACNS: Three days after the massive earthquake hit, Nepal is still shaken and reeling from the devastation. Aftershocks continue to rock the earth, and the loss and damage is huge, with the Guardian relaying fears from Nepal’s Prime Minister that the death toll could reach 10,000.

The Rev. Lewis Lew, Dean of the Nepal Deanery of the Anglican Diocese of Singapore reports that communications are still difficult between churches near the epicenter of the quake and those trying to […]

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